Slaves escaped to Detroit, Erie, and Boston.
100,000 slaves escaped through the undreground railroad to freedom 50,000 slaves were reported to have escaped between 1830 and 1860.
They were shot
To The North where they were free
no it was for escaped slaves
They escaped because of Harriet Tubman she built the underground railroad and she went back to settle slaves to a new land to freedom were they would be safe
Slaves wanted their freedom. Many escaped to Canada.
A village built by escaped slaves.
No, they should not.
depending on who they escaped to they usually did. if, to great misfortune, they escaped people who would report them back to their master then they would probably not
so that they will not have to be slaves anymore
There is no way to tell exactly how many slaves escaped using the underground railroad. This was a successful route to freedom for a great many.
The "Fugitive Slave Act" of 1854.
Many slaves escaped. The name of one who escaped and was recaptured is Moses Roper. There was a society who helped them to escape and they had a system called the "underground railroad" which helped lots of slaves, lead by Harriet Tubman. Another famous escaped slave was Fredrick Douglass, who escaped from the south and fled to the north to become a distinguished abolitionist.
A.millions all down south were slaves. Some were slaves all their life, others escaped or were freed.
Escaped African slaves created Liberia.
harriet Tubman escaped to this state